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You might also want to check out property and real estate info in these cities and towns near Frisco, Texas:

Location Pop. Median Family
Income (2000)
Frisco 90,598 $91,162

Allen

43,554

$82,747

Addison 14,166 $53,386

Carrollton

109,576

$68,672

Garland 215,768 $53,545
Dallas 1.1888,580 $40,921
Richardson 91,802 $72,876
Plano 222,030 $91,162
Mckinney 54,369 $72,133

 

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Frisco Mortgage Statistics

Category

Value

Homes With No Mortgage

8%

With A Mortgage

92%

First Mortgage Only

81%

Second Mortgage or Home Equity Loan

11%

Second Mortgage Only

8%

Home Equity Loan Only

3%

Frisco Housing Expenses

Category

Value

Owner Costs as % of Income

20.6%

Median Real Estate Taxes (2000)

$2,751

Frisco Household Size

Category

Value

Total Occupied

12,051

1-Person Households

16%

2-Person Households

34%

3-Person Households

21%

4-Person Households

20%

5-Person Households

6%

6-Person Households

2%

7+-Person Households

1%

Frisco Housing - Year Built

Category

Value

Median Year Built

1996

Median Year Built (Owner Occupied)

1996

Median Year Built (Renter Occupied)

1996

Frisco Home Heating

Category

Value

Using Utility Co. Gas Heat

66%

Using Bottled/Tank Gas Heat

1%

Using Electric Heat

33%

Frisco Housing Size

Category

Value

No Bedrooms

0%

1 Bedroom

1%

2 Bedrooms

4%

3 Bedrooms

47%

4 Bedrooms

42%

5+ Bedrooms

6%

 

Frisco Area Realtors

Remax - Chrisitine Vanest (469) 733-6676

Zip Realty - Dave Elliot  (214) 289-4139-2246

Phillipe Lewis Properties - Jennifer Shannon (214) 559-3154

Keller Williams - Lewis Robinson (469) 335-2235

Frisco City Information

Frisco is one of THE fastest growing cities in Texas (North Texas Council of Governments). 

Population of approximately 90,598 people as of September 1, 2006 (Frisco Planning
Department).   

Projected to have 120,000 people in January 2010 (Frisco Planning Department). 

In 1990, Frisco’s population was merely 6,138 – that’s a nearly 450% growth rate over 10 years

(Frisco Planning Department, US Census).

 

Thirty years old is the “median age” of a Frisco resident (US Census).


Frisco is the first city in the country to adopt the EPA’s “Energy Star” program requirements as minimum building standard for new homes.  (May 2001) 

The largest mall in North Texas, Stonebriar Centre, calls Frisco home! (August 2000)

o              Spans 1.7 million square feet. 

o              Anchored by Nordstrom, Macy’s, Sears, JC Penney, Foleys & Dick’s

o              Features NHL-size hockey/ice rink; 24-screen AMC theatre; a soft playground and a carousel.

 Council approves Frisco Square! Frisco Square is a 145-acre town center designed to be extension of current downtown.  The mixed development -- located west of the railroad tracks and bordered by FM 720, Cotton Gin Road, Dallas North Tollway -- already features town homes and apartment living with retail, commercial and office on the way.  In all, the development will eventually feature 1.7 million square feet of office and retail space, plus 400 town homes. 

Frisco and its Fire Department receive HIGHEST insurance rating! In November 2000, Frisco was the second city in Texas to achieve a Class #1 rating from the Insurance Services Office (ISO). To date, Frisco is one of only six cities in Texas – and among only 45 cities in the country with a #1 ISO rating.  (March 2005) 

Frisco receives “Comprehensive Plan of the Year” 2000 Award from the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association. This means our “Millennium Plan” -- our guide to future growth for the next 20 years – is recognized as one of the ‘best in state’! 

Frisco Police Department selected as National Award Winner for outstanding participation in National Night Out, marking the 10th consecutive year department receives award.  

Frisco receives Environmental Visions Award for the Year 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004!

 

Frisco Sports and Leisure

Frisco has a wide variety of sports facilities to offer its residents, including fields, ice, and courses. They host many amateur and non-traditional sporting events with the help of their well-developed sports support infrastructure. There’s the Dallas Cowboys Football & Texas Stadium, which offers tours and behind-the-scenes views of a popular NFL team. There’s Dallas Mavericks basketball at the American Airlines Center. Pizza Hut Park is a 20,000-seat soccer stadium for area soccer fans. Roughriders Baseball, Dallas Stars Hockey, and Dallas Sidekicks Soccer all add up to plenty of spectator sports opportunities. The Texas Motor Speedway and the Mesquite Championship Rodeo and Resistol Arena offer other recreational activities for residents.

Frisco Housing

According to the 2000 census, 82% of the housing in Frisco was owner-occupied. On average, homes in the city have gone up relatively recently. If you want a nice house, or any home in a nice city, you usually need to pay higher property taxes. It's no different here.

Commuting

In Frisco , 94% of commuters drive to work. One of the nice things about the city is its reasonable commuting times.

 

 

   

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